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There is nothing sacrosanct about corporate culture; we can and must regulate it

  • Written by David Wishart, La Trobe University
There is nothing sacrosanct about corporate culture; we can and must regulate itBoard-level risk indicators include one person dominating meetings or a culture of blaming and withholding information.Shutterstock

Almost every inquiry into financial institutions, no matter the country, finds evidence of systemic misconduct. Customers overcharged, deceived and defrauded. At the root of the problem is organisational culture.

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